Boo To A Goose
Are you curious about the origins of slang terms you hear every day? In this short-form podcast, Jacob Rubin from Oakland, California and Annie Ward from London, England take a common or archaic example of slang and break it down: what it means, how to use it, and where it comes from. No matter where you’re from, you’ll be charmed by these amusing term origins and maybe even discover some new favorites!
Hosted by Jacob Rubin and Annie Ward
Produced by Will Scovill
Art by Hannah Wardle
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